Aussie wind project of 110 MW gets its 1st blade delivered

Turbine blades for Biala wind project arrive at Port Kembla. Source: Biala Wind Farm (www.bialawindfarm.com)

March 25 (Renewables Now) - The first turbine blade arrived today at the site of the 110-MW Biala wind project in New South Wales, Australia.

The blade is the first of around 350 components that will be delivered over a period of five to six months, according to information on the Biala project’s dedicated website. Specialist trucks are expected to make up to 20 deliveries per week, travelling from Port Kembla, south of Sydney, and inland to a town of Biala.

The Biala wind farm will be equipped with 31 turbines supplied by Goldwind Australia Pty Ltd, a local unit of China’s Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Tech Co Ltd (HKG:2208).

The Biala project is owned by Beijing Jingneng Clean Energy (Australia) Holding Pty Ltd, better known as BJCE Australia.

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